D6 & AD2 Who’s Who 2011

University of Auckland
School of Architecture and Planning
Design 6 (D6) & Advanced Design 2 (AD2)
2nd Semester 2011

Justin Dillon Baatjes
Jason David Barnes
Thomas Denhardt
Gang Feng (Henry)
Johnathan James Guest
Richard Peter Jones
Praveen Lakith Karunasinghe
Adrian Vincent Kumar
Charlotte Grace Laus
Che Wei Lee (Jacky)
David Ma
Yin Wah Yvonne Mak
Tina Carol Martin
Alexander Julian Byron Milojevic
Seth Munn
Eiki Nakajima (Eric)
Samuel Teariki Tamatapu O’Connor
Duy Khang Phuong
Jordon Tomas Saunders
Logan Suhrer
Yun Kong Sung
Scott Alexander Riley Thorp
Mikhail Savin Rodricks
Gong Wang (Rickey)
Thomas William Ward
Zhi Jian Wong (David)
Jeremy Russell Yoo

Instructors: Derek Kawiti and Camia Young

Derek Kawiti has over twelve years of experience working in the field of architecture. He has practiced in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the Carribean. He has been involved in a range of projects from mixed-use housing schemes to large-scale commercial and civic projects. He is a graduate of the Auckland School of Architecture, and has a Master of Architecture from the Architectural Association in London. Derek Kawiti is currently a Lecturer at the University of Auckland, School of Architecture with a focus in teaching Design Technology. He is also an academic advisor in the Technology Unit and Media Centre, which specialises in computational design processes and machine fabrication.

Camia Young has nine years of architectural experience: five years with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland, two years with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and two years with Studio B Architects, an architecture firm in her home town, Aspen, Colorado, USA. Beyond her work experience, she has three degrees in Architecture: a master’s degree from the Architecture Association in London, a master’s degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, California and an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Collaborators and Critics:
Martin Axe, Mike Austin, Pip Cheshire, Bernd Gunderman, Patrick Loo, Jeremy Purcell


Comments are closed.